Articles by Amy Magnus :: Page 12

  • BLOG-Okra-fried Break-feast

    okraPlate

    In learning to assert ourselves, the kitchen is a good place to start. And the lesson I’ve discovered with okra is make more.

  • BLOG-Adventures with Peanut Butter

    peanutButterToast

    One of the joys of parenthood is how the magic of my children’s first encounters bring me back to the simpler days of my own childhood.

  • BLOG-Stripes and Rattlesnake Snacks

    spicyMustard

    Here in Yellow Springs, I sacrifice blissfully little in choosing local over exotic.

  • BLOG-Slinging Slaw, Kohlrabi Style

    A lunch of cod, rice, tomato, snow peas, and kohlrabi slaw

    Given kohlrabi’s storage advantages and handy portion size, it is destined to become my go-to ingredient for home made slaw.

  • BLOG-Pancakes, wait, no… Quiche!

    Gathering ingredients for the quiche

    It’s a wonderful event when family makes the long journey to visit… even more fortunate when a spontaneous adventure in cooking breakfast for them comes to happy fulfillment.

  • BLOG-Welcome, Rain

    BeeInBlossom

    The hazy morning felt immensely refreshing allowing both gardener and pollinator to linger.

  • BLOG-Turning Corners

    Tomatoes from Patchwork Gardens

    The greater part of extreme happiness is relief.

  • BLOG-While A Mighty Wind Did Blow

    apricots

    Earlier this month, we made big plans for this weekend. But what is that saying…”Man plans. God laughs.” Certainly nature had a good chuckle conspiring against us.

  • BLOG-Hot and Cold

    Cucumber Avocado Soup with nibbles

    There is something instantly gratifying and refreshing about soup. At least that is what I found in the heat of our first full day of summer.

  • BLOG-Special Cake for a Super Girl

    pigsInBlanket

    Today finds me working another quilt. This time the medium is sugar.